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Is avian influenza unicellular?

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No. Influenza viruses, including avian "bird" flu have no cells at all.

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Studies done in laboratories suggest that the prescription medicines approved for human influenza viruses should work in treating avian influenza infection in humans. However, influenza viruses can become resistant to these drugs, so these medications may not always work. Additional studies are needed to determine the effectiveness of these medicines.


Avian Influenza is currently the greatest disease outbreak, hitting countries worldwide but particularly affecting China and her population. The influenza has a 21% mortality rate.


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